Foreign Ministers of Egypt and Jordan in talks over Gaza Humanitarian Conference arrangements

8 days ago
Foreign Ministers of Egypt and Jordan in talks over Gaza Humanitarian Conference arrangements

 

According to the Egyptian Foreign Ministry, Shoukry and Safadi emphasized the importance of this meeting, which aims to establish practical steps to ensure the immediate, appropriate, and sustainable delivery of emergency humanitarian and medical aid to the war-torn strip.

During a phone call on Wednesday, Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry and Jordanian counterpart Ayman Safadi engaged in discussions regarding the ongoing preparations for the Emergency Humanitarian Response Conference for Gaza, as confirmed by the Egyptian Foreign Ministry.

Get ready for an exciting event as Jordan, Egypt, and the United Nations come together to host a conference at the stunning Dead Sea in Jordan on June 11th.

An upcoming conference, convened by Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, King Abdullah II, and UN Secretary-General António Guterres, is set to welcome a multitude of world leaders, government heads, as well as representatives from humanitarian and relief organizations.

Furthermore, the conference seeks to expedite and organize providing aid, enhance the international community’s response to the humanitarian disaster in Gaza,  and meet any relevant operational and logistical needs.

The ministers also reaffirmed their commitment to a coordinated collective response to address the current humanitarian situation in Gaza, ensure the sustainability of aid channels, establish conditions conducive to safe aid delivery, and protect Palestinian civilians.

In addition, the two ministers anticipated active participation from the invited countries and organizations to achieve the conference’s objectives and provide adequate and sustainable humanitarian aid to the Palestinians, who are facing an unprecedented humanitarian disaster due to the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip since 7 October.

 


Share